8 Date Ideas in Edmonton This November

november dates in edmonton

It may be getting colder outside but the fall dates are heating up! This November there is a ton of fun dates to be had in Edmonton. 

See below to start planning your November Dates!

Two-time Emmy and WGA award-winning writer, actor, and comedian John Mulaney will be bringing his tour John Mulaney: From Scratch to Edmonton’s Rogers Place.

WHEN: Wed, November 2, 2022

DOORS: 7:00 PM


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Food and wine lovers paradise! Enjoy wine, spirits, and beers from around the globe as well as bites from Edmonton’s best restaurants. Come hungry!

WHEN: November 4 – 5, 2022
WHERE: Edmonton Convention Centre


Kick up your heels at Farmfair International this November! The will no shortage of animals, food, and fun here! Admission is free!

WHEN: Nov 9-12, 2022
WHERE: Edmonton EXPO Centre

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image: Farmfair International

There will be no shortage of Wrangler jeans and cowboy hats here! Grab your date and watch some of the best in Canada try to last 8 seconds on the biggest baddest bulls!

WHEN:  NOV 11 & 12, 2022

DOORS: 6:00 PM



Basketball comes to Edmonton for a double-header as Team Canada faces Venezuela (November 10) and Panama (November 13). Cheer on your Canadian team as they try to get a spot in the World Cup 2023.

WHEN: Nov 10 – 13, 2022

WHERE: Edmonton EXPO Centre 


Spend the night rocking out the Canadian icons, Arcade Fire! The WE world tour is bringing the full production of Arcade Fire’s live music experience to Rogers Place right here in Edmonton. The evening will feature special guest Beck playing a acoustic set.

WHEN: Nov 27, 2022

WHERE: Rogers Place


Get in the spirit with the  fifth annual holiday light-up event on Whyte Ave. McIntyre Park into a winter wonderland full of activities, food, drinks, and cozy firepits.

WHEN: Nov 26, 2022

WHERE: Dr. Wilbert McIntyre Park

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All Is Bright is back for the 10th year! Celebrate the coming season with entertainment on the main stage, children’s activation station, Santa’s cove, street performers, fire dancers, sleigh rides, beverage gardens and much much more!

WHEN: Nov 19, 2022 @ 4-8pm

WHERE: 124 Street (road closed) between 107 and 109 Avenues | Main Stage: 108 Ave and 124 St, beside Helen Nolan Park

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